SAS Style Templates: Always in Fashion

The syntax for style templates changed in SAS 9.2 and became much easier to use. With the new CLASS statement, there is no need to debate the use of the STYLE statement versus the now defunct REPLACE statement. Yes, the REPLACE statement has gone away, and now the paper has the CLASS statement. In addition, one can import a CSS file into a SAS style template. All of these exciting new changes add up to stylish and fashionable output using ODS style templates. This paper provides an introduction into the use of style templates in SAS 9.2. Methods of determining the correct style elements will be shown along with several concrete examples of making style template changes.

Provided by: SAS Institute Topic: Software Date Added: Mar 2010 Format: PDF

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